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Mergers & Acquisitions

We understand the importance of identifying your exit strategy or taking advantage of a defining opportunity through acquisition.

LaszloLaw has the insight and experience to advise corporate and individual investors through each stage of the merger and acquisition process.  Because LaszloLaw’s goal to develop a relationship with our clients and work alongside our clients throughout the life-cycle of their business, we are in a unique position to advise our clients through the M&A process when the opportunity arises.  It is the same experience that allows LaszloLaw to work with new clients at the M&A stage.

Our goal is to ensure you succeed – and we’re not afraid to advise our clients to walk away from a deal.

From strategy, due diligence to integration or divestiture, we employ established strategies and solutions to help provide the confidence and support clients during the M&A process.

  • ​Bid and negotiation support
  • Early Stage Exit Planning
  • Term Sheets
  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Stock Purchase Agreements
  • Joint Venture
  • Assistance with Valuation
  • Deal structuring
  • Due diligence
  • Separation structuring
  • Capital and financial advisory
  • Execution

Contact our Boulder Merger and Acquisition attorneys today to assist with your individual and business needs. Having more than 45 years in civil litigation and business and commercial law experience, our Boulder civil litigation attorneys stand ready to provide you and your business with the representation you need.

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